Namaste Technologies CEO Sean Dollinger on his company and what makes them unique

(TSXV: N), is the latest business leader to be featured in the View in the C-Suite series that highlights the unique perspectives of listed companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange.

He gives us a glimpse into his company’s approach and what we can expect from them in the future while providing us insight into some of the large acquisitions which Namaste has made recently.

Sean tells us what Namaste is all about, saying while he gets asked all the time if Namaste is a vaporizer provider or an online portal, he ultimately believes it a specialty e-commerce website because it’s all about driving traffic to the website and then taking caring of their customer through the entire customer journey.

He describes how his company’s recent purchase of Findify, an AI and machine learning specialist, will help Namaste improve the customer experience even more, and the way the CannMart acquisition will grow their business (in more ways than one) since Namaste is aiming to grow beyond simply being a vaporizer firm to one that sells cannabis.

Sean also explains why he sees the worldwide market as one of the greatest growth opportunities for Namaste, and shows us what makes Namaste MD unique.

Additionally, he also mentions some of the challenges his company has faced since cannabis is such a regulated product, and how he hopes to get more clarity and less doubt in regards to cannabis legislation, particularly in how it applies to global markets.

If you want to discover more about Namaste Technologies and what their CEO thinks of the current business environment, check out the video above to get a glimpse into their strategy, where Sean talks about what he believes makes Namaste unique, the landmark of the TSXV listing, and more.

Sources

Newswire: View in the C-Suite: Sean Dollinger, CEO, Namaste Technologies Inc., tells his firm ’s narrative.

Published at Tue, 29 May 2018 00:51:38 +0000

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